Elad Eisenstein to speak at 'Future High Streets and City Centres' this month
Elad Eisenstein, Programme Director - Oxford Street District, Westminster City Council
Future Cities Forum is delighted that Elad Eisenstein will be speaking at our May 'Future High Streets and City Centres' discussions along with the Chief Executive of Worcester City Council, David Blake and Head of Regeneration at Leeds City Council, Adam Brannen. BDP's Landscape Architecture Director, Chris Stanton - who has been working on public realm improvements including the introduction of trees and planters onto London's Regents Street will also join with DLA Piper's Andrew Clarke, Partner in the real estate team who is overseeing the creation of the new Leeds office at City Square House.
The forum discussion will look at the recovery of retail and offices as well as the planning of residential and public realm post Covid-19.
Elad joined Westminster Council as the Programme Director for the Oxford Street District in October 2020. He is responsible for working with local groups and partners to develop ideas and deliver on the council’s investment in this key district within the West End.
He is trained as an architect and urban designer and has over two decades of experience specialising in leading, designing and delivering complex and large-scale urban projects. His work balances global challenges such as climate change or economic instability with the aspirations of local communities.
Elad is a member of the Mayor of London’s Infrastructure Advisory Panel and further serves as invited critic at leading international universities.